Heels that make one feel like heaven


SHOE lovers, unite.

“The higher the heel, the closer to heaven,” it is often said. Some say heels add to a woman’s self-confidence and appeal, help one look thinner and make the butt look perky.

But the wrong pair may actually make every step feel like hell.

So, it is welcome news that Stuart Weitzman, known for its bold and unconventional designs that are a favorite of the young Hollywood crowd and New York socialites, is now in Manila.

Stuart Weitzman heels are known for being both stylish and comfortable. Not only do they protect your feet, they also greatly strengthen your look, revealing your personality.

Flats are for the conservative wearer who puts a big value on comfort. Those who wear sandals are looked upon as more daring and


confident. Wedges are for those who want the extra height while coming off as sweet and subtle. But statement heels scream “I love fashion!” They make the wearer stand out.

Where else will you find a shoe with a golden monkey right beneath the arch? So, yes, the shoes did feel like heaven on my feet.

I do know that the saying was referring to the extra height, but you must agree that height takes a backseat when you’re in pain.

At a recent Lifestyle Asia event, several of Manila’s shoe addicts were chosen to be  brand ambassadors. Can you guess the personalities of these shoe addicts?

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